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School boards lay out options for students return to class in pandemic – Manitoulin Expositor

August 19, 2020

EDITOR’S NOTE: The article below outlines the back to school plans of Rainbow District School Board, Wiikwemkoong Board of Education and Kenjgewin Teg. The Expositor reached out to Sheshegwaning First Nation’s St. Joseph Anishnabek School, which was not ready to discuss its back-to-school plan as yet, as well as Whitefish River First Nation’s Shawanosowe School, but did not hear back from a representative by press time Monday. Lakeview School’s plans were being presented to council Monday night (after the paper’s press deadline). It was hoped that, following board approval, parents will learn of those plans this week. Visit manitoulin.ca for updates to this story as they become available.

Rainbow District School Board

Rainbow District School Board (RDSB) announced its plan for a return to school last week. All parents and guardians must confirm with the school board by this Friday, August 21 whether their child/children will be attending school in person or online. This must be done online at rainbowschools.ca/parents/coronavirus/reopening/ and clicking on ‘Confirmation of Attendance in Rainbow Schools.’

Read More: https://www.manitoulin.ca/school-boards-lay-out-options-for-students-return-to-class-in-pandemic/